Results for Best Rivalry 2013

A
Total Votes: 4
Beulah
Beulah, N.D.
VS
Hazen
Hazen, N.D.

The Coal Bowl features a traveling trophy with a football made of coal, of course. The towns are 10 miles apart - each with slightly more than 3,000 residents - in an isolated area of central North Dakota known for several mining plants. Ma...

B
Total Votes: 7
Bismarck
Bismarck, N.D.
VS
Century
Bismarck, N.D.

Century opened in 1976 as the second public high school in Bismarck, creating a culture of parents who work in the same office but are on opposite sides at the Bismarck Community Bowl. This annual game draws more than 8,000 people - impress...

C
Total Votes: 4
Dakota Prairie
Petersburg, N.D.
VS
Lakota/Adams-Edmore
Lakota, N.D.

This rivalry is the battle for bragging rights in Nelson County. Lakota/Adams-Edmore won those rights, in the season opener this year.

D
Total Votes: 1
Harvey
Harvey, N.D.
VS
Velva
Velva, N.D.

The schools - separated by 50 miles of Highway 52 with no other towns between them - met twice in the Class A 11-man state title game in the late 1990s. And while it is an unconventional rivalry based on the postseason, it's also notable as...

E
Total Votes: 22
West Fargo
West Fargo, N.D.
VS
Fargo South
Fargo, N.D.

These schools have two of the more successful football programs in the Fargo area. West Fargo has captured five state titles and Fargo South has won 12.

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